Biobot Surgical Pte Ltd aims to be a global technology leader in minimally-invasive robotic healthcare solutions.

We use technology to improve diagnostic and treatment accuracy for patients. We develop state of the art solutions to improve clinical outcome, and hence improve quality of life.

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Our Company

Biobot Surgical Pte Ltd was incorporated in 2007 in Singapore, and became a member of ZIG Venture since 2011.

To ensure success, a team of talents has been put together in the areas of robotic design and technology, medical image processing, software development and clinical application.

To date, the iSR’obot Mona Lisa has obtained key regulatory approvals, including Europe (CE mark), U.S.A (US FDA), Australia (TGA) and Singapore (HSA) and is being used in some of the most prestigious hospitals around the world.

Striving to become the gold standard in diagnosis and prognosis of prostate cancer, the Mona Lisa’s development has been a process of evolution and is the latest in our state of the art new generation designs.


September 22, 2018 SWITCH Singapore 2018

Thanks for visiting us at Singapore Week of Innovation and Technology (SWITCH 2018) held on 17 – 19 Sep 2018 at Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre. See you next year!

July 26, 2018 7 News

“It is certainly a game-changer. This machine will make prostate biopsy much more accessible, feasible and more accurate for the patients”
-Dr Devang Desai, Urologist

June 27, 2018 UroFair 2018 - Singapore

In the upcoming UroFair 2018, Biobot Surgical is proud to be a sponsor of the Masterclass: MRI-Ultrasound Targeted Prostate Biopsy – 13 July, 1030am – 1230pm.

UroFair 2018 takes place on 12-14 July 2018 at Grand Hyatt, Singapore.
This conference is organised by the Singapore Urological Association.

September 22, 2015 The Straits Times

Mona Lisa is one of the success stories in Singapore’s medtech scene

July 19, 2013 The Straits Times

Mona Lisa helps Singapore General Hospital achieve an increase from 70% to 90% accuracy in biopsy tests for cancer.